Dementia Part 2 - adult onset dementia


adult onset dementia - Dementia Part 2

By identifying the earliest stages of dementia as they occur, you may be able to seek medical treatment quickly and delay the onset of later stages. Though most cases of dementia are progressive, some may be reversible, and sometimes dementia-like conditions may be caused by treatable underlying deficiencies or illnesses. Jun 08,  · Early-onset dementia — Although terminology varies, we consider EOD to refer to cases of dementia occurring in adults ranging from 18 to 65 years of age. Some authors further subdivide EOD, using young-onset dementia to refer to cases with an age of onset between 18 and 45 years.